Sir Royling has required that we be makin' a note here (which of course must relate to colossal achievement, but not really).
Anyway, I will sadly not be living on floor next semester, but I will certainly be around (and I would certainly be around even more if this teleportation thing starts to work), especially because the illustrious Nick Stevens has acquired a magnificent piece of wood and circuitry that is a Yamaha Electone Organ!!!
Well, that's about all I've got for now. Have a great summer!
Fri, 10 PM - midnight
Coffeehouse Performance—Bryan Brown and Olivia Frise will be performing at Starbucks.
Sat, 7-9 PM
Film: Nowhere Boy—Cinema Group presents a movie deeply rooted in music.
Fri, 7:30 PM
Linehan Chapel of the Academic College (Nazareth)
Nazareth College Symphony Orchestra—Free admission. For more information, call 585-389-2700.
Fri, 7:30 PM
Hochstein Performance Hall
Faculty Concert Series: Triumph from the Trenches—Free admission. For more information, call 585-454-4596.
Fri, 8-10 PM
Kodak Hall (ESM)
Eastman Wind Orchestra—Conducted by Mark Davis Scatterday and Christopher Unger. The Eastman Wind Orchestra is the school's freshman/sophomore wind ensemble, focusing on standard wind band classics, music for chamber winds, new music for wind ensemble and transcriptions. This event is free and open to the public.
Sun, 2-4 PM
Howard Hanson Hall (ESM)
ECMS Piano Studio Recital: Students of Tamari Gurevich
Sun, 3-5 PM
Kilbourn Hall (ESM)
Faculty Artist Series: Steven Doane, cello—Eastman faculty members are world-renowned soloists and chamber musicians; their recitals in the School's beautiful Kilbourn Hall are an important part of Rochester's concert calendar. Admission: $10 General Public, free to U/R ID holders. Tickets are required, and are available at the door on the day of the concert only.
Sun, 3 PM
Gerald G. Wilmot Hall of Music (Nazareth)
Winners and Losers—A musical tribute to the Super Bowl with works about rivalries. Works by Corelli, Rameau, Telemann and Bach. Sophia Gibbs Kim, flute; Ingrid Bock, cello; Bonnie Choi, harpsichord. Free admission. For more information, call 585-389-2700.